From Pavarotti to Queen: Carlton Male Voice Choir to bring eclectic mix to Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 15:46 26 June 2017 | UPDATED: 15:46 26 June 2017

The Carlton Male Voice Choir. Picture: Submitted by Matthew Hardy

The Carlton Male Voice Choir. Picture: Submitted by Matthew Hardy

Submitted by Matthew Hardy

Concerts in which setlists include both Nessun Dorma and Bohemian Rhapsody are few and far between.

However, this is exactly what can be expected at Great Yarmouth’s Minster on July 8.

Nottingham-based group the Carlton Male Voice Choir will be appearing in the town as part of its latest tour, which will see an eclectic mix of songs performed.

Including both classical and contemporary pieces in their show, the choir will offer something for all tastes, as they perform under new musical director Ian Watts.

The evening will also feature the Chorus of St Cecilia, who will also be collaborating with the Carlton Male Voice Choir in selected pieces.

The concert, a summer gala, will see 120 voices come together to sing to the rafters in the venue.

Tickets are £10 - £9 for concessions - and can be bought from the St George’s Theatre box office on 01502 733625 or on the door.

Doors at 7.30pm

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